The Oracle

The Oracle was a technology-focused magazine that covered computer hardware, software, and related topics. The magazine was first published in 1978 and continued to release issues until it eventually ceased publication in 1995.Image:the-oracle-sample-cover

The Oracle was founded by Larry Ellison and Bob Miner, with Ed Oates serving as the magazine's editor-in-chief. The magazine was based in Redwood City, California, and covered a wide range of topics related to personal computing, business computing, and computer science.

The Oracle was known for its in-depth coverage of technical subjects, including computer programming, database management, and networking. The magazine also featured articles on emerging technologies and trends, including graphical user interfaces, object-oriented programming, and the internet.

Throughout its seventeen-year run, The Oracle published over 100 issues and became an influential voice in the technology community. The magazine's coverage of emerging technologies and programming languages helped to shape the development of the computer industry in the 1980s and 1990s.

In addition to its print edition, The Oracle also published electronic versions of the magazine on floppy disk and CD-ROM in the 1980s and early 1990s. These electronic versions contained additional multimedia content, such as videos, audio recordings, and interactive tutorials.

Today, The Oracle magazine is recognized as an important publication in the history of computing and technology journalism. The magazine's legacy continues to inspire and inform new generations of technologists and computer enthusiasts.{{Categories}}

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